Henry County High School’s 2020 basketball homecoming queen and court will be named Friday.
This year’s court includes four young ladies — two seniors, one junior and one sophomore — who were selected by their peers to represent their respective classes.
The queen will be presented between the varsity girls and boys basketball game against Clarksville High School at Gamlin Gymnasium.
This year’s court includes:
• Margaret Gardner — Representing this year’s graduating class, she is the daughter of Tas and Beverly Gardner. She is a member of the Future Business Leaders of America, National Honor Society, Health Occupations Students of America, Student Health Advisory Council, History Club and Leo Club. Gardner is also a member of the Lady Patriots tennis team and serves as a student ambassador and senior class president. After graduation, Gardner plans to attend Washington University in St. Louis and pursue a career in ophthalmology. She will be escorted by Will Singleton, son of Marty and Sheri Singleton.
• Phoebe Harrison — Also a senior, she is the daughter of Michelle and Ron Harrison. She plays soccer for the Lady Patriots and participates in Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Health Occupations Students of America and Leo Club. After graduation, Harrison plans to attend the University of Tennessee at Martin to pursue a degree in nursing. She will be escorted by Savion Williams, son of George and Quotesha Williams.
• Ally Hefner — A junior, Hefner is the daughter of David and Darla Hefner. She participates in the Criminal Justice Club and serves as a volunteer at the Krider Performing Arts Center. After graduation, Hefner plans to attend Middle Tennessee State University. She will be escorted by Sanchez Aldridge, son of Patrice Hall and Joseph Aldridge.
• Abby Taylor — A sophomore, she is the daughter of John and LuAnne Taylor. A member of the Lady Patriots soccer team for two years, she also plays with the Jackson Wolves soccer team. Taylor is a member of the Health Occupations Students of America, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and is a student ambassador. She attends First Baptist Church, where she is active in the youth group. After graduation, Taylor plans to attend college to pursue a career in physical therapy. She will be escorted by Austin Dunagan, son of Stan and Stephanie Dunagan.